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The priciest property sold in Brooklyn is a massive penthouse with Manhattan views
The skyscraper has had 13 sales at eye-popping prices this year.
Once asking $120 million, this Fifth Avenue apartment sold for "just" $53 million
The British rocker is one of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building’s big-name residents
The apartments in 212 Fifth Avenue include a lavish penthouse
The couple purchased two adjacent units that can be combined to create a full-floor residence.
Apartment 95B was originally asking $40.75 million.
The penthouse is located in the former Standish Arms Hotel in Brooklyn Heights.
The apartment was once asking $65 million
Rhimes purchased the apartment for $3 million less than its original asking price.
James Dyson is one of the exclusive Park Avenue tower’s high-profile buyers
The penthouse sold for more than $4 million less than its asking price.
The Victoria’s Secret vet has been trying to sell the apartment since 2013.
The first sold apartment within Robert A.M. Stern’s ultraluxe tower is now on the books
The megamansion would measure 22,000 square feet making one of the largest Downtown Manhattan homes
The penthouse atop Quay Tower in Brooklyn Bridge Park could become the borough’s priciest home ever sold
The Rolling Stones guitarist purchased the penthouse in 2014 but decided to part with it just a few years after that.
The previous record was held by a house that sold for $3.3 million in 2017.
The 15,000-square-foot megamansion was listed for $51 million
It took five years and multiple price chops for this home to find a buyer
The five-bedroom apartment comes with stunning Manhattan views
The duplex apartment has four bedrooms and its own private rooftop pool.
97 Rutland Road has claimed the title of the neighborhood’s priciest townhouse. It exceeds the previous record by $90,000.
The full-floor condo was last on the market for $13.95 million.
Billionaire Michael Rubin is in contract to purchase this sprawling penthouse for about $43 million.
The five-story townhouse surpassed the $34.53 million record set by another townhouse on the same street.
This 7,000-square-foot apartment has been on and off the market since at least 2016.
The Tribeca building’s most expensive apartment, asking $58 million, sold for $43.7M
The building at 1083 Fifth Avenue is one of three properties the museum is trying to sell
A neighbor bought the deteriorating property, which has been unoccupied since the 1990s
The 5,000-square-foot, Central Park-facing apartment came on the market for $26 million in May 2017.